Did not compete.
Finished the year with a 19-6 overall singles record, going 2-1 in Big Ten play ... Started the fall on a high note posting a 11-2 singles record ... Recorded a seven- match winning streak in the month of October ... Brought home his first collegiate tournament title at the Crimson Tide Invitational ... Started the season ranked No. 113 nationally in singles and No. 21 in the Midwest Region ... Carded a 8-4 dual match singles record ... Saw action at Nos. 2, 4, 5 and 6 singles spots ... Played primarily at position 5, posting a 4-2 overall record.
At Ole Miss
Letterwinner for the Rebels in 2006 ... Went 3-0 that season, all wins at No. 6 singles ... Helped lead the Rebels to their fifth consecutive SEC West title, advancing to the Sweet 16 at the NCAA Championships.
Born Meedo El Tabakh on July 23, 1988 in Alexandria, Egypt ... Son of Medhat and Samar El Tabakh ... Majoring in accounting ... Has one sister Heidi, who plays tennis professionally on the WTA tour and is ranked in the top 200 in singles and doubles ... Names Muhammad Ali as his favorite athlete because of his confidence ... Plans on playing professional tennis after graduation ... Lists his parents as the most influential people in his career because "they never stopped believing in me."
Season Overall Big Ten Overall Big Ten
2008-09 19-6 2-1 2-6 1-0
Total 19-6 2-1 2-6 1-0